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First Issue of Plant Healer Journal Now Available

Posted Dec 07 2010 8:04pm


Subscribe & Download Issue #1 Now!

Free Sample With Excerpts

Limited Time Introductory Subscription Offer

Holiday Discount Gift Subscriptions

The first issue of the much anticipated Plant Healer Magazine is now available for download on your personal membership page at the Plant Healer site.  If you haven’t subscribed yet – or would like to give someone a subscription for the holidays – you can still do so at the special introductory price of only $37 for 4 issues… a $20 discount off the regular $57 per year cost!

This Special Offer Expires on Feb. 1st, 2011
only 6 weeks remaining

Plant Healer is garnering attention as a unique and beautiful, personally empowering and thoroughly thought-provoking journal of Traditional Western Herbalism, featuring informative articles and inspiring columns covering Field Botany and Plant Profiles, Wildcrafting and Propagation,  Diagnostics and Case Studies, Constitutional Approaches and Energetics, Medicine Making and Tools and Tips, conservation and activism.  With your one-year membership, you receive:

• 4 big digital issues of the magazine, each from 100 to 150 (8.5×11) pages in length – the equivalent of a 400 to 500 page long, full color book written by many of your favorite leading and up-and-coming herbalist authors, that you can read online or print out… plus

• Exclusive access to your own Member page, where you can download a growing number of valuable free gifts including a video of a plant walk and instruction by Jim McDonald, helpful herbal charts and extended writings by Kiva Rose, discounts on TWH events, ready-to-print color art posters, and audio recordings of excerpts from the 2010 TWHC concerts with Tina Collins, Quetzal Jordan and Rising Appalachia.

Issue #1 features: detailed, vividly illustrated articles by Phyllis Light, Rosemary Gladstar, Robin Rose Bennett, Rosalee de la Foret, Julie McIntyre, Barbara Hall, Ananda Wilson, Virginia Adi, Sean Donahue, Darcey Blue French, Deborah Wallin and Loba, as well as what will be regular quarterly columns by Jim McDonald, 7Song, Kristine Brown, John Gallagher, Kiva Rose and Jesse Wolf Hardin, and Paul Bergner:

“This is the first publication I’ve seen in my 38-year career that captures the wild diversity of herbalism in North America while still reflecting excellence and high-level practice. It does not try to prove anything, just to educate and inspire. It also reflects points of view from many regions, traditions, and schools of North American thought. Its content is aimed squarely at the practicing herbalist from entry level to advanced, inclusively. I’ve learned things in the first issue from the other teachers that I will put into practice.” -Paul Bergner, NAIMH

For information on submitting your art or articles, please go to the Submissions Guidelines Page

For Full Advertising Rates & Specs Go To:

Plant Healer Media Page

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Want to see more before subscribing or advertising?  Download excerpts in our Free

Sample Plant Healer Teaser

and feel free to send this teaser issue out to friends

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For Holiday Gifting, Simply Send Us:
• The recipients’ first and last names
• Their email addresses
• Your $37 PayPal payment made out to Kiva@PlantHealerMagazine.com

––––––––––––The $37/year introductory rate expires Feb. 1st, 2011––––––––––

Subscribe Yourself Now At:

Plant Healer Magazine Subscriptions
and download both your first issue and bonus gifts today!

You will receive your personal membership password in an email, and can then access your personal Plant Healer website page.  Be sure to Right-Click Cntrl-Click on the Files to download them properly!

And PLEASE copy and post this announcement on your sites and blogs, on forums you frequent, and in announcements to friends.  Reviews of Plant Healer are also welcomed.

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